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Jim Gaffigan Had a Rough Time Trying to Make Colts in 2014 Preseason

Comedian Jim Gaffigan was probably a long shot at best to make the Indianapolis Colts roster this preseason, and judging by this video, he did himself no favors. From constantly eating to not learning other Colts players' names, it should come as no surprise that the 48-year-old was unable to make the team. Show More Summary

Why Mohamed Sanu Is Cincinnati Bengals' Most Pleasant Surprise After 3 Weeks

Through three games this season, the position on the Cincinnati Bengals' roster hit hardest by the injury bug is perhaps wide receiver. Marvin Jones broke his foot during the preseason and was already expected to miss time, at least up to the bye. Show More Summary

Breaking Down the Seahawks' Blueprint for Making Peyton Manning Look Ordinary

The Seattle Seahawks defense is usually either humbling or humiliating for its opponents. That’s been true for a while now, and we’re at the point where anything less than dominance feels like failure. There was a collective gasp when...Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers Surprises Girl and Entire Neighborhood to Support Pediatric Cancer

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is currently in the middle of his 10th NFL season, but he's also in the middle of his third season with ItsAaron.com, a site to help support organizations that are trying to make a difference. This...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles Fans Destroy DeSean Jackson Jerseys for Some Reason

Philadelphia Eagles fans do not understand when or where to destroy jerseys—or rather, a cross section of their number seem to have mistaken a guy who was fired without cause for someone who purposefully abandoned ship. For the first...Show More Summary

Darnell Dockett Offers Tickets to Fan in His Jersey in 49ers-Cardinals Fight

During Sunday's San Francisco 49ers-Arizona Cardinals game, an all-out brawl broke out in the stands at University of Phoenix Stadium. Although the participants may have gotten into some trouble for their actions, Cardinals defensive...Show More Summary

Mike Tanier's Monday Morning Hangover: Super Bowl Sequel, or Prequel?

Sunday’s surprising, fascinating, revealing and comfortingly satisfying Seahawks-Broncos overtime battle was much more than a Super Bowl rematch. The Seahawks’ 26-20 victory, after Peyton Manning and the Broncos defense worked in tandem to spur a brilliant fourth-quarter comeback, may also have been a Super Bowl preview. Oh, I can hear you howling. Show More Summary

Gun-Shy Broncos Finally Bust Out, but Seahawks Show They're Still Boss

SEATTLE — For much of this game, Seattle unabashedly intimidated Denver. It was the Super Bowl all over again. Many of Manning's incompletions were followed by the Seahawks getting in his face. They'd jaw him. Bump him a little. Condescendingly pat him on the bottom. Show More Summary

Despite Loss to Philly, Washington Offense Looks More Complete with Kirk Cousins

The Washington Redskins weren't supposed to win on Sunday. Without their so-called franchise quarterback, the 'Skins were on the road facing a Philadelphia Eagles team that had won five straight regular-season home games and is widely...Show More Summary

'South Park' Season 18 Premiere Mocks Washington Redskins and Dan Snyder

South Park's 18th season is set to premiere this week, and with the focus on the Washington Redskins' name debate, don't expect any punches to be pulled. From the looks of it, this episode will revolve around Cartman trademarking the...Show More Summary

Lions' Stephen Tulloch Hurts Himself While Celebrating Sack Against Packers

Some NFL celebrations result in penalties, some result in injuries. In the first quarter Sunday, Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch managed to hurt himself while celebrating a sack of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Of...Show More Summary

Steve Biscotti, Roger Goodell Must Answer for Arrogant Cover-Up of Rice Evidence

When you're a billionaire owner of a billion-dollar business, nobody tells you "no." Especially not your employees. Per a bombshell of an investigation by ESPN reporters Don Van Natta Jr. and Kevin Van Valkenburg, Baltimore Ravens owner...Show More Summary

NFL Week 3 Picks: Cousins Skepticism, Seahawks Exposure

Riffs, rants, observations and dissenting opinions from the voices in my head: Here's a warped and dented take on this weekend's games and a not-so-successful effort to hopscotch through the NFL's ugly controversy land mine. Note: All...Show More Summary

Watch All 20 of Devin Hester's Return Touchdowns

Atlanta Falcons WR Devin Hester set the record for most returns for touchdowns on Thursday night by taking a punt 62-yards for a score. Here's your chance to watch all twenty TD returns from Hester's nine-year career. Enjoy! [ YouTube ] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Time Lapse Shows the 2-Year Process of Building 49ers' Levi's Stadium

Levi's Stadium—the new home of the San Francisco 49ers—looks good as a finished product, but it was a long process to turn an empty plot of land into an NFL stadium. The process started back in April 2012 and wasn't officially completed until September 2014. Show More Summary

Dissecting Best Individual Matchups to Watch in Philadelphia Eagles' Week 3 Game

Last year, the Chip Kelly offense debuted against the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football. Washington put forth a furious second-half comeback, but still the end result was a 33-27 Eagles win that featured a tremendous performance...Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson Suspension Shows Vikings, NFL Care About One Thing: Cash

The announcement from the Vikings came at about 2 a.m. Gutless Standard Time. That means it took the team about 14 hours to cave from public pressure. Cave is the wrong word. Cower, run, scamper, bolt, run frantically and chickens--t might be better. In one moment, the Vikings were saying that Adrian Peterson deserved due process. Show More Summary

Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 3: Making the Call on Fantasy Football Fringe Starters

Every time I'm scrolling through my fantasy lineup and come across a player I can't quite decide if I trust to start or not that week, one song comes streaming into my mind: "Should I Stay or Should I Go" by The Clash. If I bench him and he blows up, I'll be in trouble. Show More Summary

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